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THE United Architects of the Philippines (UAP) reiterated the need for more stringent procedures in the issuance of building and construction permits, particularly in the implementation of ancillary architectural permits as mentioned in the National Building Code of the Philippines.
ASPIRING homeowners know the struggle of applying for a mortgage. Going to banks with different requirements, interest rates, and a mountain of paperwork -- acquiring real estate to call your own is no easy task.
SIGNIFY, formerly Philips Lighting, is introducing a new smart lighting system to the Philippines.
VEHICLE SALES are often taken as an effective indicator of a country’s economic health. This is because new car sales are a sign of consumer economic confidence, that more Filipinos are willing to commit to lease or loan payments for years into the future.
SINGAPORE -- The concept of co-living is nothing new, but the newest addition to CapitaLand’s global real estate empire is trying its best to redefine it.
OFFICE PROPERTY developers should tap the country’s traditional businesses to complement the continuous growth of offshore gaming operators and offset the weakening expansion of outsourcing firms, a global property services firm said.
IN A BID to develop the local analogue and experimental photography scene, Vienna-based alternative photography company Lomography announced that retail and business solutions firm Altitude Technologies Inc. (ATI) will become the brand’s sole official distributor in the Philippines.
PHILIPPINE offshore gaming operators (POGOs) have overtaken the Information Technology and Business Process Management (IT-BPM) industry in terms of office demand, a property consultancy firm found.
GOING from the age of homing pigeons and the telegraph to the age of virtually instant face-to-face interaction in the span of a century, there is perhaps no better symbol of technology’s explosive growth in the information age than telecommunications.
AS THE WORLD continues to face disruption due to the dogged pace of innovation and technology, uncertainty has become the only certain thing in business. Longstanding institutions like the retail and hospitality industries are being transplanted by tech giants like Amazon and AirBnB, while industries such as media are struggling to adapt in an era of hyper-connectivity and information.
ONLINE GAMING can present a ‘huge opportunity’ for the Philippines if the country can overcome technical roadblocks like bandwidth limitations to support its growth, digital content delivery firm Limelight Networks said.
GOVERNMENT-LED infrastructure projects, Philippine offshore gaming operators (POGOs), and emerging urban centers outside Metro Manila, among other factors, are poised to drive further growth in the real estate industry this year.
AT THE University of the Philippines Fair early this year, April Hernandez had the lucky role of opening for the popular band IV of Spades. Under the stage name “TheSunManager,” she has just around 3,000 monthly listeners on Spotify while IV of Spades has a following of over a million.
WHEN celebrity entrepreneurs Erwan Heussaff and Nico Bolzico set out to build the perfect office space at Hectare One, they wanted a place that placed emphasis on collaboration and cohabitation.